Industry Practitioners Discuss Building Next-Generation Vendor-Neutral Contingent Workforce Programs

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Recently, a panel of thought leaders joined PRO’s Chief Operating Officer Allie Ben-Shlomo on a panel where the discussion focused on lessons learned and expanding strategic global contingent workforce management programs. Some key points of the discussion focused on how these organizations transformed their vendor-neutral programs:

  • Global expansion of contingent talent recruitment and management
  • Inclusion of statement-of-work (SOW) management
  • Talent self-sourcing / private talent pools
  • Integration of strategic vendors

Some of the key takeaways from the panel discussion included:

  • How to gain executive buy-in and sponsorship
  • Strategies to engage suppliers and drive business value through a purely vendor-neutral approach
  • How to navigate obstacles of global program expansion and adoption
  • Technology tools that make it easier to manage and deliver great business outcomes

It was evident that the audience members really benefited from the panelists’ stories of success and lessons learned as they related to the future of contingent workforce management. More importantly, attendees were able to capture both the strategic and tactical components of how to address new opportunities and to deliver tangible, reoccurring business outcomes across their organizations.

For a more in-depth recap of the strategies referred to above, please contact a PRO representative at 800.291.1099 or email at Grab a free copy of PRO’s insightful paper on how to Build a Business Case for a Managed Program.


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